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SIUE students sing in the MUC art gallery

Art-A-Thon 2013

Tuesday April 23, SIUE students and faculty took part in the 2013 Art-A-Thon. This all day celebration explores the art in the college of arts and sciences by showcasing various artistic demonstrations and activities across the various CAS diciplines.
The festivities were kicked off with a flash mob style performance organized by Aldemaro Romero in conjunction […]

Absinthe preferential by Chris Galusha

2013 BFA Shows come to a close

Over the past three weeks graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts students from the Department of Art and Design have been scrambling to bring together collections of their work for capstone projects.  The third and final installment of the series for this semester opens Tuesday in the Morris University Center Gallery.


Aldemaro Romero presents his lecture "Who Was the Real Dawrin"

CAS Colloquium: Charles Darwin’s “On the Origin of Species” Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Last Tuesday Christopher Pearson, Rick Essner, and Aldemaro Romero hosted a cross disciplinary lecture discussing Charles Darwin’s, “On the Origin of Species,” The three part presentation discussed the importance of Darwin’s work, the changes it underwent as it was developed, and the logic processes used by Darwin.
Essner’s presentation focused on how Darwin’s earlier observations didn’t […]

Returning Mass Comm Alums discuss breaking into the workforce

Mass Comm Week 2013

Last week the Department of Mass Communications celebrated their annual Mass Comm Week. This week long series of events and lectures features events and lectures from SIUE alumni, faculty, and outside working media professionals. This years theme “Emerging Media Careers in Collaborative Hubs,” focused on the importance of networking in today’s social media heavy environment.
“We’re […]

SIUE Silverton Field Study students inside the quinzhee photo provided by Kaitlin McElroy

SIUE Students Seek Snow in Silverton

This semester SIUE geography 408 students continued a long standing tradition by participating in the Geography Field Program in Silverton Colorado. The program is a joint research venture involving eight universities designed to teach students the basics of mountain geography and cryospheric science.
The program was started over thirty years ago by Arizona State University’s Melvin […]

Carmina Burana

Carmina Burana

Last weekend the SIUE Department of Theater and Dance teamed up with the Department of Music to put on a special presentation of Carmina Burana. The Carl Orff masterpiece blended orchestra, dance, and vocal disciplines into a spectacle of grand proportions.

thinking about the book logo

CAS Events Round Up

The College of Arts and Sciences has a busy schedule of events coming up between now and the end of the semester. Coming up this Monday and Tuesday is this year’s CAS Colloquium titled, “Thinking About the Book,” with a wide variety of lectures and events by SIUE faculty will look at the role of […]

Alfredo Velazquez Carcasses instructing Vincente Yaunner Perez and Yaunelys Rodriguez Fuendes as they prepare for Carmina Burana at SIUE

Music, Theater, and Dance Gear Up for Carmina Burana

The Dunham Hall denizens are currently hard at work getting ready for their upcoming production of “Carmina Burana.” This production of Carl Orff’s 1936 adaptation of the Medieval manuscript of the same name, brings together students and faculty of theater, dance and music for an elaborate spectacle with some Cuban flair being provided by several […]

A big pile of money

CAS Exceeds Capital Campaign Goals

In 2009 SIUE rolled out it’s strategies for fund raising over the following five years. As the, “Defining Excellence,” campaign comes to a close the College of Arts and Sciences takes stock of their success and plans for the future.
“We have achieved our goal of 5.5 million,” CAS development director Craig Steiner shared, “we exceeded […]

2013 Student Art Therapy Show

2013 Student Art Therapy Show

Last week the 2013 art therapy show was on display at the MUC gallery. The annual showcase features the work of students from the Student Art Therapy Association (SATA) at SIUE. SATA works to promote awareness of Art therapy both within the community and among students.

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